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HerPrettyGhost CEO Jared Douglas

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Jared moved to the Pocono' in 2007 where he met and formed a friendship with HerPrettyGhost Co Founder Kway Sims. About two years later, a mutual firend of theirs introduced him to the Founder of HerPrettyGhost Vince. Vince explained the foundation for the idea of HerPrettyGhost and with Kway, they liked the idea and decided to start putting the logo of the ghost on shirts for fun. It started to become popular and the shirts began to become a hit seller. At this time, Jared became a little restless and felt that they should branch the brand out of the Poconos. He also wanted to further his education. Chicago was the place that he ended up in after a careful analysis and voting within the group. Julius, Kway, and Jared were all accepted into and attended Concordia University in River Forest, IL. After the first semester Kway could no longer attend the school and decided to go back to the Poconos to help Vince with the brand. By this time the brand had become more than just a design on the Tshrt. It shaped into a movement, a way for all people with a creative mind to express themselves. The story of HerPrettyGhost taught Jared about love, dedication, adn complete use of the imagiantion. One afternoon during what was supposed to be his last semester at the school. Jared got a cal from Kway infroming him that Vince had suddenly passed away. The news shook the entire HerPrettyGhost team to the core because the creator, Vince, the one who inspired us all was no longer her in the physical world. Still in grief, Jared and Kway, along with some other close colleagues decided to keep HerPrettyGhost alive in Vince's honor. Only a year has passed since that fateful day and the movement is in the process of gaining back the momentum lost during his death. 

 

 

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